NutriSci10_Amy_96F_Final - Department of Nutritional...

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Department of Nutritional Sciences NSlO University California at Berkeley Prof. Amy Final Examination - December 13,1996 READ ITUS FIRST PIense PRINT your last name first in CAPITAL letters in the form that it is on university records and your 1.D. # scantron sheet. YOU WUL LOSE 5 POINTS FOR EACH IF THIS IS NOT DONE CORRECTLY. Mark your answers using a #2 soft pencil. Print Version A IN THE TEST NO. BOX of scantron. Think carefully before marking scanbon sheet. Incomplete erasures may count as errors. Read all questions carefuIly and select be2 answer. KEEP this question IF YOU APPEAR TO BE CHEATING OR GNING YOUR ANSWERS SOMEONE ELSE, YOUR EXAM WLLL BE TAKEN IMMEDIATELY AND YOU WTLL GET A ZERO. Professor Amy making a new commitment in her Iife to exercise. She is mainly concerned about osteoporosis heart disease, which both run her family. She has decided that morning would be a great time to get some mnning share teaching strategies with one her GSIs, April. 1. Which of following is BEST strategy for Prof. Amy to reduce risk for osteoporosis: a. Consume adequate iron Vitamin E and swim hquently. b. adequate sodium and swim frequently. c. calcium jog frequently. d. phosphorus and vitamin C jog frequently. e. adequate Vitamin A and Vitamin D and job hquently. 2. Sometimes they include a short, intense sprint thnhg their run, which increases their breathing usually makes their muscles burn. The fuel that they use during sprint: will best replaced by dietary fat consumption. is stored not only muscle but also kidney. an animal plysaccharide composed glucose units. requires oxygen its utilization. all above. 3. As April ms, she will need replenish her body water because: Dehydration can lead decreased aerobic capacity and increased fatigue. Water important temperature regulation necessary required to transport fuels remove the waste-products excretion through respiration and sweat e. A1 4. April has been increasing intensity and distance runs the past few months, but has stopped menstruating. a good understanding nutrition response will be: a Pride: a lack of menstruation is a normal sign female conditioning. b. Increasing meat consumption: her lack of menstruation is due to of iron diet. c. Reducing the intensity exercise: reduced estrogen production can lead bone loss. d. Ceasing all exercise activity because this situation life-threatening, e, Increasing the intensity and duration of workouts because she is clearly not in condition.
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5. If Prof. Amy calculates her BMI (body mass index), the units will be in: a. kg/m2 d. cm/kg* b. Ibslin e. lbslfeet c. kg/m 6. True =A /False = B Prof. Amy and April will be wise to double their red meat consumption to meet increased RDA for protein for athletes. April has decided to consume some low-fat granola to contribute to her energy reserves for her exercise. The food label on the granola contains the following information, listed per serving: Total fat Saturated fat Cholesterol Total carbohydrates Dietary fiber Sodium Protein 5 g 7. The kilocalories per serving for the granola are: I75 kcal 215 187 e. 224 c.
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